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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1912)
flj An industry is judged by the service it renders.
fl The Lincoln Traction Company operates forty-one cars.
flj The average distance traveled by1 each car every day is 161 miles.
0 Six Thousand Six Hundred Nineteen Miles. That is the mileage
of the Lincoln Traction Co.'s cars each day from New York to San
Francisco and back again.
flfl A single fare entitles a passenger to ride from College View to
Havelock, thirteen and one-half miles for four and one-sixth cents.
flj No city of the United States in Lincoln's class gives as much
service. No city of the United States in Lincoln's class gives the
service at lower cost.
THE LINCOLN TRACTION CO.
A FULL BODIED MELLOW AND RARE OLD BEER MADE WITH GREAT CARE
BY THE OLD GERMAN METHOD.
NOTHING TO EQUAL IT IN AMERICA
SOLD IN ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES IN LINCOLN AT
Hooss & Fraas
201 South 9th St.
A. H. KOOP
126 North 12th St.
223 North 9th St.
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